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Ceea ce urmează este o listă de centrale electrice fotovoltaice care sunt mai mari de 50 MW în capacitatea netă actuală. Cele mai multe sunt centrale electrice fotovoltaice individuale, dar unele sunt grupuri de unități fotovoltaice co-situate, deținute de diferiți producători independenți de energie și cu transformatoare de conectare separate de rețea. Unitățile fotovoltaice de pe această listă sau din aprilie 2013 au o capacitate totală de peste 4 GW, [1] [2] reprezentând aproximativ o treime din capacitatea totală la nivel mondial a unitățile fotovoltaice la scală-utilitate, raportate de Wiki-Solar a fi unele de 21 GWAC de la la sfârșitul anului 2013. [3] [4]

În toată lumea o putere de 31,1 GW de sisteme fotovoltaice au fost instalată în 2012, în creștere de la 30,4 GW în 2011; Fotovoltaicul rămâne, după hidroenergie și energie eoliană, cea de a treia importantă sursă de energie regenerabilă în ceea ce privește capacitatea instalată la nivel global. [5]

Celulele fotovoltaice solare transformă lumina solară în energie electrică și multe centrale electrice fotovoltaice solare au fost construite. Dimensiunea acestor stații a crescut progresiv în ultimii zece ani, cu frecvente noi recorduri de capacitate. Până în anul 2006, cea mai mare a fost uzina de epocă construită în 1980, Carrisa Plain la 5,6 MW. Parcul Pocking Solar de 22 MW a fost construit în anul 2006. În anul 2008, cea mai mare fabrică de PV (unitate fotovoltaică) a fost Olmedilla fotovoltaic Park de 60 MW. 97 MW Sarnia Centrala fotovoltaică de la depășit on-line în 2009. Huanghe Hidrocentrale Golmud Solar Park a ajuns la 200 MW în 2012. În aprilie 2013, cea mai mare centrală fotovoltaică individuală (PV) centrala electrică din lume este Agua Caliente proiect solar, (Arizona, 290 MW ).

Unități chiar mai mari sunt în construcție. Solar Farm Topaz este o centrală electrică fotovoltaice de 550 MW, fiind construit în San Luis Obispo County, California [6] și a comandat, treptat, din februarie 2013. [7] Sunlight Desert Solar Farm este o centrala solara de 550 MW în construcție în Riverside County, California. [8] [9]

The following is a list of photovoltaic power stations that are larger than 50 MW in current net capacity. Most are individual photovoltaic power stations, but some are groups of co-located plants owned by different independent power producers and with separate transformer connections to the grid. The plants on this list as of April 2013 have a combined capacity of over 4 GW,[1][2] representing about one third of total global capacity of utility-scale plants, reported by Wiki-Solar to be some 21 GWAC at the end of 2013.[3][4]

Around the world 31.1 GW of PV systems were installed in 2012, up from 30.4 GW in 2011; PV remains, after hydro and wind power, the third most important renewable energy source in terms of globally installed capacity. [5]

Solar photovoltaic cells convert sunlight into electricity and many solar photovoltaic power stations have been built. The size of these stations has increased progressively over the last decade with frequent new capacity records. Until 2006, the largest was the 1980s-vintage Carrisa Plain plant at 5.6 MW. The 22MW Pocking Solar Park was built in 2006. In 2008, the largest PV plant was the 60MW Olmedilla Photovoltaic Park. The 97 MW Sarnia Photovoltaic Power Plant went online in 2009. Huanghe Hydropower Golmud Solar Park reached 200MW in 2012. As of April 2013, the largest individual photovoltaic (PV) power plant in the world is Agua Caliente Solar Project, (Arizona, 290 MW).

Even larger plants are under construction. The Topaz Solar Farm is a 550 MW photovoltaic power plant, being built in San Luis Obispo County, California[6] and gradually commissioned since February 2013.[7] The Desert Sunlight Solar Farm is a 550 MW solar power plant under construction in Riverside County, California.[8][9]

World's largest photovoltaic power stations/Cele mai mari centrale electrice fotovoltaice din lume[modificare]

World's largest photovoltaic power stations (50 MW or larger)
Cele mai mar centrale electrice fotovoltaice din lume (50 MW sau mai mari)
Photovoltaic power station
Centrală electrică fotovoltaică
Country/ Țara Site co-ordinates
* Coordonatele locului
Nominal
power[1][2]
(MWp)
* Putere
nominală (MWvârf)
Production
(Annual
GW·h)
* Producție
(Anuală GW·h)
Notes and references
Topaz Solar Farm[6][10] USA 35|23|N|120|4|W|
nume=Topaz Solar Farm
500 installed capacity as of June 2014, gradually commissioned since February 2013[7] toward final capacity 550 MW
Desert Sunlight Solar Farm[11][12] USA 33|49|33|N|115|24|08|W|
nume=Desert Sunlight Solar Farm
500 Commissioned since November 2013 toward final capacity 550 MW
Longyangxia Dam Solar Park[13][14][15] China 36|07|20|N|100|55|06|E|
nume=Longyangxia Dam Solar Park
320 Completed December 2013
Solar Star I and II[16] USA 309 Under construction, 579MW when completed[17]
California Valley Solar Ranch[18] USA 35|20|N|119|55|W|
nume=California Valley Solar Ranch
292[19][20] 399 First 130MW connected Feb 2013.[21]
Agua Caliente Solar Project[22] USA 32|57.2|N|113|29.4|W|
nume=Agua Caliente
Format:Nts[23][24] 626 completed April 2014[25]
Antelope Valley Solar Ranch[22][26][27] USA Format:Coord Format:Nts[28] 230 MWAC. Has received government loan guarantee[8]
Charanka Solar Park[29] India Format:Coord Format:Nts[30] Collection of 17 co-located power plants, of which the largest is 25MW
Mesquite Solar project USA Format:Coord Format:Nts 413 up to 700 MW when complete
Huanghe Hydropower Golmud Solar Park[31] China Format:Coord Format:Nts Format:Nts Completed October 2011 within a group of 570 MW of co-located plants[32]
Mount Signal Solar USA Format:Nts completed May 2014[33]
Imperial Valley Solar Project USA Format:Nts Completed August 2013[34]
Copper Mountain Solar Facility[13] USA Format:Coord Format:Nts Phase 1 completed in December 2010.[35] Phase 2 completed in January 2013
Centinela Solar Energy Project[22][36] USA Format:Coord Format:Nts completed in 2013
Solarpark Meuro[13] Germany Format:Coord Format:Nts Adjoins Senftenberg Solarpark
Campo Verde Solar Project[13][37] USA Format:Coord Format:Nts Completed 2013
Imperial Solar Energy Center South[38][39][40] USA Format:Coord Format:Nts 2013
Neuhardenberg Solar Park[13][41] Germany Format:Coord Format:Nts Completed September 2012. A group of 11 co-located plant by the same developer[42] but with different IPPs
Arlington Valley Solar II[13][43] USA Format:Coord Format:Nts Completed in November 2013
Catalina Solar Project[44] USA Format:Coord Format:Nts 204 Phase 1 completed in 2012, Phase 2 completed in September 2013[45][46]
Welspun Solar MP project[47] India Format:Nts Completed February 2014
Templin Solar Park[13][48] Germany Format:Coord Format:Nts Completed September 2012
Toul-Rosières Solar Park[49] France Format:Coord Format:Nts Completed July 2012
Perovo Solar Park[13][50] Ukraine Format:Coord Format:Nts Format:Nts[51] Completed 2011
Xitieshan Solar Park[52][53][54][55][56] China Format:Coord Format:Nts Format:Nts Phase I completed 2010, phases II and III in 2011
Gansu Jiayuguan Solar Park[13][57] China Format:Nts Connected June 2013
Ningxia Qingyang Solar Park[58][59] China Format:Nts Format:Nts Completed 2013
Sarnia Photovoltaic Power Plant[60] Canada Format:Coord Format:Nts[61] Format:Nts Constructed 2009–2010[62]
Brandenburg-Briest Solarpark Germany Format:Coord Format:Nts Commissioned 2011
Solarpark Finow Tower[13][63] Germany Format:Coord Format:Nts
Montalto di Castro Photovoltaic Power Station[13] Italy Format:Coord Format:Nts Constructed 2009–2010
Lopburi Solar Farm[64][65][66] Thailand Format:Coord Format:Nts Format:Nts Completed 2011, additional 11 MW completed in May 2013
Eggebek Solar Park Germany Format:Coord Format:Nts Commissioned 2011
Oita City Mega-Solar Power Plant Japan Format:Nts Completed April 2014 [67]
Senftenberg Solarpark[13][68] Germany Format:Coord Format:Nts Phase II and III completed 2011
Finsterwalde Solar Park[69][70] Germany Format:Coord Format:Nts Phase I completed 2009, phase II and III 2010
Okhotnykovo Solar Park[13][71][72] Ukraine Format:Coord Format:Nts Format:Nts Completed 2011
Datong Solar Park[73][59] China Format:Nts Phases I and II completed 2013, 20 MW Phase III under construction
Kalkbult Solar Park[13][74] South Africa Format:Nts Completed 2013
Lesedi Solar Park[75][76] South Africa Format:Nts Completed May 2014
Letsatsi Solar Park[77][78] South Africa Format:Nts Completed May 2014
Lieberose Photovoltaic Park[79][80] Germany Format:Coord Format:Nts Completed 2009
Rovigo Photovoltaic Power Plant[81][82] Italy Format:Coord Format:Nts[13][83] Completed November 2010
Sakri solar plant[84] India Format:Coord Format:Nts 70 MW March 25, 2013[85] 150 MW in May 2013[86]
Kagoshima Nanatsujima Megasolar Project[13][87] Japan Format:Coord Format:Nts Completed in 2013
Nikolayevka Solar Park[13][88] Ukraine Format:Nts 90 Completed August 2013
Sault Ste. Marie Solar Park[13][89] Canada Format:Coord Format:Nts[90] Completed 2010–2011
Solarpark Alt Daber[13] Germany Format:Coord Format:Nts Format:Nts Completed 2011
Gabardan Solar Park[13][91] France Format:Coord Format:Nts Completed September 2011
Laowa Solar Park[92][93][94] China Format:Coord Format:Nts 166 MW planned
Alpine Solar[13][95] USA Format:Coord[96] Format:Nts Completed February 2013
Green Tower[97] Germany Format:Nts Completed January 2013
Wulanchabu Siziwangqi Solar Park[98] China Format:Nts
Karadzhalovo Solar Park[99] Bulgaria Format:Coord Format:Nts Completed March 2012
Alpaugh Solar Plant[22][100] USA Format:Nts 50 MW (AC)[101]
Olmedilla Photovoltaic Park Spain Format:Coord Format:Nts Format:Nts[13] Completed September 2008
Crucey Solar Park[102] France Format:Coord Format:Nts Completed September 2012
Silver State North[13][103] USA Format:Coord Format:Nts 122[104] May 2012
Avenal Solar Facility[13][105] USA Format:Coord Format:Nts 45 MW (AC)
Massangis Solar Park[13][106] France Format:Coord Format:Nts Completed October 2012
Priozernaya Solar Park[13][107] Ukraine Format:Nts Completed March 2013
Strasskirchen Solar Park Germany Format:Coord Format:Nts Format:Nts[13] Completed December 2009
Walddrehna Solar Park[13][108] Germany Format:Coord Format:Nts Completed June 2012
Tutow Solar Park[13] Germany Format:Coord Format:Nts Completed in 2009–2011
Waldpolenz Solar Park[109][110] Germany Format:Coord Format:Nts[111][112] Format:Nts[110][111] Completed in December 2008, with an extension in September 2011[111]
Puertollano[113] Spain Format:Coord Format:Nts Completed 2008 (here)
Pobeda Solar Park[114][115] Bulgaria Format:Coord Format:Nts Completed 2012
Welspun Energy Rajasthan 50 MW Project[116] India Format:Coord Format:Nts Two stages of 15 MW plus one of 20 MW
Qinghai Golmud Solar Park[117][118][119][120][121] China Format:Coord Format:Nts 99 Completed 2011 in two phases
Hongsibao Solar Park China Format:Coord Format:Nts Completed in 2010 and 2011[122][123]
Huaneng Geermu Solar Park[124][125] China Format:Coord Format:Nts Scheduled for 2012 in 20 MW and 30 MW phases
Gansu Dunhuang Solar Park[126] China Format:Coord Format:Nts Within the Qili Photoelectricity Park co-located site
Weidi Solar Park[127] China Format:Coord Format:Nts 65.940 First 10 MW completed in December 2012[128] Completed March 2013
Golmud CPV Solar Park[129][130] China Format:Coord Format:Nts Completed May 2013

For comparison, the largest non-photovoltaic solar plant, the solar thermal SEGS in California has an installed capacity of 354 MW. The largest nuclear power station is rated more than 8,200 MW. The largest power plant is Three Gorges Dam hydropower station with 22,500 MW installed capacity.

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Large systems under construction or in planning[modificare]

Large systems in planning or under construction
Photovoltaic power station Country Site co-ordinates Nominal power
(MWp)
Expected completion Notes and description
Project Helios[131][132][133] Greece Format:Nts 2020 ** 2,000 MW sections in as yet undefined sites.
Westlands Solar Park[134] USA Format:Coord Format:Nts 2015 **
Ordos Solar Project[135] China Format:Coord[136] Format:Nts 2019 ** To be completed in 4 stages, 30 MW, 100 MW, 870 MW, 1,000 MW[137]
Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park[138][139][140] United Arab Emirates Format:Coord Format:Nts 2030 ** 13 MW to be completed in 2013
Quaid-E-Azam Solar Park[141] Pakistan Format:Coord Format:Nts 2016 * First phase 100 MW expected in 2014. [142] [143] [144] Approved to be upgraded to 1500 MW. [145]
McCoy Solar Energy Project[146][147] USA Format:Coord Format:Nts 2016 **
Amargosa Farm Road Solar Project USA Format:Coord Format:Nts ** [148][149]
Blythe Solar Power Project USA Format:Coord Format:Nts 2018
Calzadilla de los Barros[150] Spain Format:Coord Format:Nts 2015**
Gadsden County[151] USA Format:Coord Format:Nts **
Alamo Solar Farm[152] USA Format:Coord Format:Nts 2016 **
Ukujima Mega Solar Plant[153] Japan Format:Coord Format:Nts 2015 ** Photovolt Development
Panoche Valley Solar Farm USA Format:Coord Format:Nts
AVSP I[154] USA Format:Coord Format:Nts October 2016 **
Desert Stateline[11][12][155] USA Format:Coord Format:Nts 2015 **
Pedro de Valdivia[156][157] Chile Format:Nts **
Soda Mountain Solar Project[158] USA Format:Coord Format:Nts 2016 **
AVSP II[154] USA Format:Coord Format:Nts October 2016 **
Datong Solar[159][160] China Format:Nts 2014 *
Silver State South[161] USA Format:Coord Format:Nts late 2016 **[162]
Atacama Solar Photovoltaic Power Plant[163] Chile Format:Coord Format:Nts 2017 ** To be completed 50 MW/year beginning in 2013
Royanejos Solarpark[164][165] Spain Format:Coord Format:Nts 2015** €270 million
Moapa Solar Farm[166][167] USA Format:Nts (AC) 2016**
Mallee Solar Park[168] Australia Format:Coord Format:Nts 2015** Thin film CdTe from First Solar
Ptolemaida Solar Park[169][170][171] Greece Format:Coord Format:Nts 2013 *
Tomakomai Solar Park[172] Japan Format:Coord Format:Nts **
Mildura Solar concentrator power station[173] Australia Format:Coord Format:Nts ** Heliostat concentrator using GaAs cells from Spectrolab
Moree Solar Farm[174] Australia Format:Coord Format:Nts 2015** Multi crystalline solar PV, single-axis tracking
Encuentro Solar[175] Chile Format:Nts **
Crucero Solar[175] Chile Format:Nts **
Nzema Solar Park[176] Ghana Format:Nts October 2015**
Vranje Solar Park[177][178] Serbia Format:Coord Format:Nts
Imperial Solar Energy Center West[38][39] USA Format:Coord Format:Nts 2016 **
SolarGen2 Imperial Valley USA Format:Nts under construction 2014
Kovin Solar Park[177][179] Serbia Format:Coord Format:Nts
Quinto Solar Project[154] USA Format:Coord Format:Nts 2014 **
Welspun Energy 130 MW Neemuch Project[180] India Format:Coord Format:Nts 2014 *
Kathu Solar Park[181] South Africa Format:Coord Format:Nts 2014
Rays Solar Park[182] India Format:Coord Format:Nts **
Midlands[183] Zimbabwe Format:Coord Format:Nts **
Customer Choice Solar Farm[184][185][186] USA Format:Nts **
Laberinto Este[175] Chile Format:Nts **
North Star Solar[22] USA Format:Nts 2015 **
Laberinto Oeste[175] Chile Format:Nts **
Beixiao Shilin Solar Park[187][188] China Format:Nts * First 20 MW phase completed in 2010
Dongtai Solar Park[189] China Format:Nts *
Jingneng Ge'ermu Solar Park[190] China Format:Nts 2013 *
Tahara Solar Wind Project[191] Japan Format:Coord Format:Nts 2014** Consists of a 50MW solar farm and a 6MW wind farm
Nobelsfontein Solar Park[192] South Africa Format:Nts 2015 **
Bahawalpur[141][193] Pakistan Format:Nts 2013 ** DACC & Conergy
Yongren Ganbala[194] China Format:Coord Format:Nts July 2013 * Yongren Xiehe Solar Power
Calderón[195] Ecuador Format:Coord Format:Nts **
Legend: * Under construction; ** Planned

See also[modificare]

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  164. 250 MW, Unsubsidized Solar PV Power Plant Planned For Western Spain
  165. Extremadura, Spain
  166. LA buying $1.6B power from tribal solar plant
  167. Moapa Solar Plant
  168. Mallee Solar Park
  169. PPC Renewables: Solar Power
  170. Greek Prime minister announces construction of photovoltaic park in Kozani
  171. PPC: 15 Companies To Submit Offers For Kozani PV Park
  172. Softbank plans huge Hokkaido solar plant
  173. 154 MW Victoria (Australia) Project
  174. Moree Solar Farm
  175. 175,0 175,1 175,2 175,3 SolarServer: Chile gives environmental approval for 506.5 MW of PV projects
  176. Solar plant planned for Ghana would be fourth-largest in the world
  177. 177,0 177,1 Solar park highlights the growing focus on green energy projects in Serbia
  178. Vranje
  179. Kovin
  180. Format:Cite news
  181. Projects
  182. Rays Solar Park
  183. Zimbabwe Power Company plans 100MW PV facility
  184. KCRD Solar Farm
  185. Format:Cite news
  186. Cleantech America Plans 80 MW Solar PV Farm for California Renewable Energy Access, 10 July 2007.
  187. Project Yunnan Kunming Shilin Solar Photovoltaic Power Generation Project
  188. Phase-I project of Asia's largest solar power plant put into operation
  189. Project 7855 : CECEP Dongtai Solar Power Generation Co., Ltd. 1st and 2nd Stage Bundled PV Tidal Flat Ground Power Projects
  190. Project 8013 : Qinghai Jingneng Ge'ermu Solar PV Power Project
  191. Format:Cite web
  192. Project 8148 : Karoo Renewable Energy Facility (Nobelsfontein Solar PV)
  193. Format:Cite news
  194. Yongren Ganbala Grid-connected Photovoltaic Power Project
  195. Isofoton proposes largest Latin American project

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